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    An interesting read on bass here from Cerwin Vega
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    Any chance you found that on a youtube video?
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    Quote Originally Posted by G&J Roadshow View Post
    Any chance you found that on a yourtube video?
    No, the product specialist for Stanton & Cerwin Vega gave me a hard copy today, and I've just been flicking through it (sad on a Friday night I know LoL), noticed a link on the cover page. He didn't mention there's a video version of it
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    No, there isnt a video version, I just though you may have got the link form John's video on YouTube today as he put that same link in the description.

    Can't blame you about flicking through it, theres nothing on TV....Again!
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    The YouTube nutter Ellaskins? He was given the link to it today too, so that explains it LoL

    ...... goes off to see what weird way he introduces it......
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    Thats a good read that. Sticking this for future reading

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    So after reading the PDF I can say that for most gigs the best cab style for most mobile dj's would be the reflex cab (front loaded).

    I have a Bandpass style cab now and I can agree with that the sound does not throw as well as a front loaded cab.

    Looks like ill be off to get some fron loaded cabs. Maby look in to folded horn cabs for the larger gigs or outdoor functions. Need to cover all corners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    So after reading the PDF I can say that for most gigs the best cab style for most mobile dj's would be the reflex cab (front loaded).

    I have a Bandpass style cab now and I can agree with that the sound does not throw as well as a front loaded cab.

    Looks like ill be off to get some fron loaded cabs. Maby look in to folded horn cabs for the larger gigs or outdoor functions. Need to cover all corners.
    I built a couple of bass reflex cabs but they were too big and heavy to carry around. I now just use front loaded cabs with vents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelwright7557 View Post
    I built a couple of bass reflex cabs but they were too big and heavy to carry around. I now just use front loaded cabs with vents.

    Same thing. The speaker facing the front with a tuned port to extend the bass.

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    I just put a 4 inch port in the rear so the cabinet doesnt compress the air as much.

    In my bass reflex cabs the speaker was rear facing so was a cabinet inside a cabinet which doubles the size and weight. The speaker sound then was directed up and down through two tapered vents to the front.
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